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Michael Rushton3,119 Points
Convert to toUpperCase giving me an error cannot read property null? I can't work out what i have left out.
I think my code looks the same as the hints example but keep getting an error cannot read null or something like that.
let firstName = 'Mike'; let lastName = 'Rush'; let role = 'developer'; let msg = (firstName + " " + lastName + ": " + role); let role = role.toUpperCase();
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 90,669 Points
I think it's because you're declaring
let role a second time.
.toUpperCase() on the role variable where you've stored it in your